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Google's London HQ Resembles a Certain Primary-Color Homepage

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As if one needed another affirmation of how awesome it is to work for Google, its new London offices, a 40,000-square-foot space designed by Scott Brownrigg Interior Design, features a gym, massage room, and Asian-fusion restaurant. (And, like the offices of Twitter, Eames chairs!) Officially decorated in a "London-Brighton" theme, this is clearly a place that embraces the comingling of work and play. Planning a meeting? See if faux log cabin No. 3 is available. Video conferences? Always more effective when conducted in oversize dice. Even desks are shaped like primary-colored bumper cars and phone booths. Submit those resumes here.

· Google London's New Office is a Happy Kiddie Funhouse [Co.Design]
· Let's work together. [Google UK]
· A Brief History of the Most Important Chair You'll Ever Sit On [Curbed National]